Group Operations Manager
PHC - Westgate Ops Manager Job Advert
Operations Manager - London - From £70,000 to £100,000
Here’s an opportunity. Exclusively for nursing and health care operations managers.
It’s an opportunity to work somewhere you can make real changes to improve people’s lives. Including your own.
First off, let me explain that salary.
Yes, it is a wide range.
We’re looking at a wide range of people.
If you’re going to develop into the role, you’ll come in at the earlier end of the spectrum, learn more, and your salary will go up commensurately.
If you’re more well-travelled, you might not have as much to learn, but you’ll be compensated more.
Right. Here’s the 411:
Westgate Healthcare are replacing their existing Ops Manager. They need someone like you. And they’re prepared to offer you a what you want to make sure they get you.
If it’s such a great opportunity, how come the current Employee is leaving?
Good question. Let me tell you a quick story:
The incumbent, Clare,lives a fair distance from the office.
Sheloves the place.
Don’t take my word for it - she’s part of the hiring committee, you can ask her yourself. She’s leaving anyway, so what reason would she have to make it up.
The plan was to move closer, but sadly, it fell through.
Even so, Clare commuted a huge distance each day to make it in, just because she enjoyed it so much.
After a while, though, it got too much. However good a job is, you can’t be spending almost as long commuting as you are working.
I’d like to run a little beach bar in Bali, but I wouldn’t want to fly there and back each day.
Why did Clare like it so much?
Well, it’s family-run with a proper hierarchy.
That means you’ll get some stability. No bi-annual buy-outs and leadership changes. You’ve got a direct line to the boss, which means the changes you want can happen straight away, with far less red-tape. No micro-managing by a figurehead who’s never there.
Also, it’s a company that knows how to bring in good staff for you to work with. In an industry that’s starved of good talent, Westgate has strategies to recruit, train, promote and keep good staff happy. That’s not just the people you’ll be managing - it applies to you, too.
What’s the role?
It’s what you’d expect.
You’ll be looking after the day-to-day running and strategic development of the group’s nursing homes. 8 of them.
Making things better, basically.
There’s a full list of responsibilities if you need them. Just ask.
What do you need to do?
As you probably guessed, you’ll need to have a nursing qualification like RGN or RMN/RGN (hold a valid NMC pin number), or be qualified at NVQ level 4/RMA or working towards it, in Health Care management or its equivalent.
That said, we’ll talk to you if you’re a non-nurse-trained operator as well.
I’m Danny please contact me at Purely Healthcare or reply to this advert.